LG Announces New Apple iPad Pro Tandem OLED Displays Coming Soon to Laptops

LG Announces New Apple iPad Pro Tandem OLED Displays Coming Soon to Laptops
LG Announces New Apple iPad Pro Tandem OLED Displays Coming Soon to Laptops

The latest iPad Pro 11 ($944 currently at Amazon) and iPad Pro 12.9 are among the first devices announced to feature tandem OLED panels, along with the Honor Magic6 RSR Porsche Design. To summarize, Apple claims that the stacked tandem structure allows its new iPad Pro tablets to achieve a peak HDR brightness of 1,600 nits, as well as a total panel brightness of 1,000 nits. In contrast, conventional OLED displays of comparable size achieve peaks of 400 to 600 nits across their panels.

Please note that while Dell has equipped the new Snapdragon OLED mirrors official LG Display specifications in other areas. Separately, LG Display just announced that it has started mass producing a 13-inch tandem panel for laptops, which it says is a “world’s first.”

In a press release, LG Display claims that its tandem OLED panel is three times brighter than conventional OLED panels, while consuming up to 40% less power for the same brightness levels. Additionally, tandem OLED panels would have double the lifespan, in part because each tandem layer must shine less brightly to produce the same total panel brightness. Therefore, LG Display claims that tandem OLED panels have a lower risk of burn-in than their conventional counterparts.

Additionally, LG Display says its 13-inch tandem OLED panels are 28% lighter and 40% thinner than competing OLED panels, even with a touchscreen layer included. LG Display adds that the panel also produces 2,880 x 1,800 pixels, while mastering the DCI-P3 color space and achieving VESA DisplayHDR True Black 500 certification, rather than the more demanding DisplayHDR True Black 600 certification. Unfortunately, LG Display hasn’t given details on which devices its new 13-inch tandem OLED panel will be available in.

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